DaBaby's collaboration with Roddy Ricch swept the summer months, holding the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks.
Originally released in April, the song became an instant No. 1 after DaBaby released a Black Lives Matter remix to the song on June 12 that addressed police brutality and the George Floyd protests across the nation.
The album's signature song, "Last Night," reigned atop the Hot 100 for 16 weeks, the most ever for a solo hit, and wrapped the season at No. 1 on Billboard's Songs of the Summer chart, which tracks performance from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
In fact, according to Billboard, "Last Night" is the first country song to lead the summertime tally since 1974.
Rep. Andy Kim of New Jersey announced on Saturday that he will run against Sen. Robert Menendez in the state’s Democratic primary for Senate next year, saying he feels compelled to run against the three-term senator after he and his wife were indicted on sweeping corruption charges. Kim’s surprise announcement came as a growing number of Democrats are calling for Menendez to step down. Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman became the first Democratic senator to do so, and several members of New Jersey’s congressional delegation, along with the state's Democratic governor, have said he should resign.
After spending £175 million on signings this summer, Manchester United’s inspiration to end their run of worrying defeats came in the form of Jonny Evans, their 35-year-old free agent who had been back at Carrington in pre-season while he looked for his next club.
A teenage boy has been stabbed to death in southeast London, with police now pleading with witnesses to come forward. The 19-year-old was injured in Jubilee Park, close to Tent Peg Lane in Petts Wood at about 2.30pm on Wednesday. An air ambulance was called, but he died at the scene.
The Hillsborough County Democratic Hispanic Caucus of Florida will host the current elected Governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro Pierluisi, who is making his inaugural visit to the Tampa Bay Area and will be available for one-on-one interviews to discuss his support for statehood and the current state of Puerto Rico.
Hail pelted parts of central Oklahoma on Saturday, September 23, as severe thunderstorms swept through.This footage from Cristy Barham shows conditions in the town of Castle, Okfuskee County, on Saturday afternoon.A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect for the region until Saturday night. Credit: @countrygrllife via Storyful
Tracking the Tropics: New named storm in Atlantic. Ophelia made landfall earlier this morning on Emerson Island, NC. A few isolated showers are possible this evening. Better chance for rain overnight into first half on Sunday. Sunday will be warm in the upper 80s. A wetter week is ahead as we kick off fall. Scattered rain and storms are possible each day with the potential for flooding. Highs will reach near average in the upper 80s. No tropical impacts expected.
TCU coach Sonny Dykes had already ripped the officials with unsolicited comments when he was asked about the rivalry with his former school, SMU, being one step closer to a pause. Dykes led the Horned Frogs to the national championship game last season. TCU and SMU are not scheduled to play each other after 2025.
A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Sunday: ENGLAND Ange Postecoglou faces his first north London derby as Tottenham manager with Spurs flying high in the Premier League. A win at Arsenal on Sunday would be a statement of intent after Spurs' unbeaten start in the league. But history is against Postecoglou. Arsenal has dominated this fixture, last losing at home to Tottenham in the league in 2011. Liverpool, which is level on points with Tottenham and Arsenal, hosts West Ham. Brighto
Ethan Gettman connected on a 38-yard field goal with under two minutes left in regulation, then hit from 37-yards out in overtime to lift Bryant to a 16-13 win over Princeton in a non-conference contest Saturday afternoon. Princeton took a 13-3 lead to start the fourth quarter after Dareion Murphy scored from 5 yards out, but the Tigers fumbled away their next possession. Zevi Eckhaus found Konor Lathrop from 11 yards out with 6:37 left.
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